A columnist for Australia’s Daily Telegraph is raising the ire of women around the world for suggesting that the country should make it illegal for women to be a stay-at-home parent once their children are old enough to go to school.
In addition to approving the second miracle for Fatima seers Francisco and Jacinto Marto, the Vatican approved the martyrdom of a young Indian nun murdered in 1995 whose attacker later repented and converted, and the heroic virtue of a young girl who lived for 22 years with a disfiguring skin disease.
If you thought the vulgar messaging of the Women’s March and the pointlessness of the A Day Without a Woman campaign was bad, feminists have come up with yet another way to embarrass us all by planning to send President Trump a statue of a vagina stuffed with letters from women around the world. (Sigh)
A school district in Pennsylvania has been sued by the parents of a boy who was involuntarily exposed to an undressed female while he was changing in the school’s locker room – only to find out the school had secretly opened its restrooms to the opposite sex without telling either students or parents!
A heartwarming video is taking the internet by storm today as a young man toting flowers and a bag of Doritos is seen asking a delighted teen with Down Syndrome to go to the prom.
Not long ago, Planned Parenthood was using fuzzy math to insist that only three percent of their business comes from abortion – now they’re playing fast and loose with the facts again by claiming that women who live in 105 counties in the U.S. will have no access to the full range of contraceptive services if Planned Parenthood is defunded.
On day two of his confirmation hearing, Supreme Court nominee Neil Gorsuch said he respected the precedent set by Roe v. Wade but refused to call it a “super precedent” when pressed by a pro-abortion senator.
A young mother from Los Angeles, who considers herself to be “progressive,” experienced a day of reckoning with one of those liberal ideas when a man who was clearly a man entered a women’s restroom at Disneyland and stood there watching the women who never said a word out of fear being politically incorrect.
During his homily at morning Mass on this Solemnity of the Feast of St. Joseph, Pope Francis called the Lord’s guardian the protector of weaknesses who gives young people “the ability to dream, to risk, and to undertake the difficult tasks that they have seen in dreams.”
Commentary by Susan Brinkmann, OCDS
A recent demonstration outside a cathedral in Argentina in which feminists staged a mock abortion of a woman dressed as the Virgin Mary, sparked international outrage and prompted a response from a priest whose letter to the perpetrators has gone viral.